03790cam a2200697Ma 450000334884420170719074951.9m o d cr^zn|||||||||050830s2005 enka ob 001 0 eng d20052799089781435610026(electronic bk.)1435610024(electronic bk.)9780199264025(pbk.)0199264023(pbk.)978019926401801992640159780191532573(electronic bk.)0191532576(electronic bk.)128090535297812809053530199264023(Paper)01992640150199264025 (pbk.)(OCoLC)252682009(OCoLC)182518729(OCoLC)427509252(OCoLC)455977551(OCoLC)466434028(OCoLC)476260193(OCoLC)560574119(OCoLC)613352567(OCoLC)646752746(OCoLC)756883817(OCoLC)814491903(OCoLC)961548284(OCoLC)962669951(OCoLC)966100126(OCoLC)991947339ocn252682009orig 001ebcacls_422879derived from 856uMT4ITengpnMT4ITOCLCQN$TYDXCPCOCUFOCLCQMERUCCCOE7BOCLCQIDEBKOCLCQOCLCFOCLCOCOOOCLCQEBLCPOCLCQAZKLOAAGLDBPIFPOGENATWEBP201.F27 2005ebLAN006000bisacshLAN009060bisacshCFbicssc(OCoLC)25268200941522Farrell, Patrick,1953-http://share-vde.org/sharevde/rdfBibframe/Agent/724050http://isni.org/isni/0000000109375026Grammatical relations /Patrick Farrell.Oxford ;New York :Oxford University Press,2005.http://share-vde.org/sharevde/rdfBibframe/Publisher/561 online resource (x, 234 pages) :illustrations.texttxtrdacontenthttp://rdaregistry.info/termList/RDAContentType/1020computercrdamediahttp://rdaregistry.info/termList/RDAMediaType/1002online resourcecrrdacarrierhttp://rdaregistry.info/termList/RDACarrierType/1018BibliographyOxford surveys in syntax and morphology ;1Includes bibliographical references (pages 217-229) and index.Contents; Abbreviations; 1 Introduction; 2 Grammatical relations across languages; 3 Relational Grammar; 4 Role and Reference Grammar; 5 Transformational Grammar; Notes; References; Index.Access is restricted to users affiliated with licensed institutions.Patrick Farrell explains how grammatical relations are characterized in competing theories of grammar and reveals the different theories' merits and limitations. He compares mainstream generative-transformational theory with formalist and functionalist approaches, showing points of convergence and divergence. This is an ideal introduction to the field for graduate students and will be a useful reference for theoretical syntacticians of all persuasions. - ;Patrick Farrell explains how grammatical relations are characterized in modern theories of grammar. He describes the historical development.Print version record.Grammar, Comparative and general.http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85056260Grammar, Comparative and general.LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINESGrammar & Punctuation.bisacshLANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINESLinguisticsSyntax.bisacshGrammar, Comparative and general.fast(OCoLC)fst00946126Grammaticale functie.gttElectronic books.Electronic books.lcshgfhttp://rdaregistry.info/Elements/m/P30004http://worldcat.org/oclc/252682009Print version:Farrell, Patrick, 1953-Grammatical relations.Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2005(DLC) 2005279908Oxford surveys in syntax and morphology ;1.http://share-vde.org/sharevde/rdfBibframe/Work/681166-1http://viaf.org/viaf/182520753NNUBWEBBNYUIP201.F27 2005ebElectronic accesshttps://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/nyulibrary-ebooks/detail.action?docID=422879Ebook Centralleased; unlimited userGrammatical relationshttp://share-vde.org/sharevde/rdfBibframe/Work/3771075-1NYU